02-658 C.M.R. ch. 13, 658-13 app D - MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE MAINE FUEL BOARD AND THE ELECTRICIANS' EXAMINING BOARD FOR THE INSTALLATION, SERVICE AND REPAIR OF HOT WATER, STEAM, WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEMS AND WATER HEATERS
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
A person holding a valid State of Maine Master or Journeyman Oil and/or Solid Fuel Technician's license or a Propane and Natural Gas Appliance Connection and Service Technician license may install electrical conductors, including the branch circuit, fittings, devices and raceways for the power and control of oil, solid-fuel, propane or natural gas fired hot water, steam, warm air heating systems and water heaters. The technician may also install, replace or adjust any motor or control on the heating branch circuit as required by the National Electrical Code.This also applies to the branch circuit supplying the oil, solid-fuel, propane or natural gas fired water heater.
The technician may install the branch circuit over current device, provided a space in the electrical panel is available. The technician may also install the associated low voltage wiring provided its power supply is fed from the heating branch circuit.
This does not include the wiring of unit and kick space heaters not associated with the heating branch circuit. This does not allow the technician to install receptacles and lighting for servicing the equipment or to wire air conditioning units, evaporators and condensers.
All electrical installations performed must meet the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70).
Date: June 17, 2011
Brian McDougal, Chairperson
Electricians' Examining Board
Date: June 9, 2011
Barry Austin, Chairperson
Maine Fuel Board
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